This project, which is carried out by the Casa de la Amistad, allows children and young people with limited financial resources to access oncological treatment as well as receive specific support to overcome their illness.
For several years Fundación MAPFRE has been supporting projects in this Aztec country. Currently, nine projects are running which benefit 10,222 people. The United States of Mexico is, with more than 120 million inhabitants, the most populous Spanish-speaking country and one of the most linguistically diverse. Almost 300 languages, 67 recognized as official, are spoken. The country is first in tourism in Latin America and the second economic power after Brazil.
The Fundación Real Madrid and CESAL run a school fostering social and sporting values in Oaxaca which look after 120 boys and girls and young people, between 5 and 17 years old, who come from deprived areas and who are at risk of marginalization.
CESAL offers support to 200 boys, girls and adolescents, as well as 100 mothers, fathers and guardians from the Monte Alban community in the city of Oaxaca. The main objective of this initiative is to reduce school dropout and increase the opportunities of these children.
This program is carried out by the UPAEP to promote rural development through the education of college age youth. In total, 80 full scholarships are offered so the recipients can further their studies and then apply their knowledge to the rural communities of Puebla.
Campeones de la Vida NR A.C. is carrying out the “Escuela Nariz Roja” project with which it offers children suffering from cancer and with limited resources in the state of Jalisco, a school where they can continue their studies during their illness.
Mano Amiga de Chalco is implementing this comprehensive education project in a deprived area of Mexico City. Thanks to the project, 940 boys, girls and young people in risk of exclusion break the circle of poverty and marginalization and face their future with optimism.
Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María, A.C offers a balanced diet to 230 children from 4 months to 16 years old, and women who are pregnant or breast-feeding who live in poverty in the community of Hornos, an extremely deprived area of Mexico City.
The Fundación CMR – Comedor Santa María, A.C offers a balanced diet to 330 boys and girls between the ages of 4 months and 16 years old who live in extreme poverty. They are provided with a full daily menu which covers 65% of the RDI (Recommended Daily Intake.)